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  • deplyoment schedule

    Hey guys im sorry if this question has been asked 1000 times but its there any way to check to see if the unit youll be assigned to after AIT will be deploying in the near future?

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    Re: deplyoment schedule

    Originally posted by 404namenotfound View Post
    Hey guys im sorry if this question has been asked 1000 times but its there any way to check to see if the unit youll be assigned to after AIT will be deploying in the near future?
    Yeah. It's called....a phone call.

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      Re: deplyoment schedule

      Originally posted by Jersey Dirtbag View Post
      Yeah. It's called....a phone call.
      Or a Patch-Chart...

      In all seriousness OP, there is no publicly available deployment schedule for the world to see. OPSEC - learn it, live it, love it.

      You need to call the unit (or visit) and inquire with them. If something is coming down the chute, they can tell you.

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        Re: deplyoment schedule

        Do not put the cart before the horse. Both officers provided what to do and what is expected. A public announcement (usually with AD) happens about 4 to 6 months before a deployment. Here is a link about 10th Mountain who I will be replacing next year. http://www.armytimes.com/article/201...ghanistan-fall
        July 13th, 2013 FORT DRUM, N.Y. ó About 2,000 soldiers in a combat brigade
        based at Fort Drum in northern New York will be heading to Afghanistan in the
        fall.

        The Pentagon has announced that about half of the 10th Mountain Divisionís
        3rd Brigade Combat Team has received orders to deploy overseas along with
        aviation units based in Texas and Kansas.

        The Watertown Daily Times reports that the Fort Drum contingent will train
        and assist Afghan security forces in the southern part of the nation for nine
        months.
        Last edited by Chief Kemosabe; July 19th, 2013, 01:05 PM.

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